Learn to Whitewater Raft: Information, Locations, Companies, Equipment
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Whitewater rafting can be a difficult sport and looks much easier than it is. It takes skill to maneuver the raft to prepare for what is ahead. In this sport nature throws obstacles at you in the form of rapids, waves, fallen trees, debris, undercut rocks, drop offs, and waterfalls. An inflatable boat is most often used when there are multiple passengers. Kayaking is also popular on the rapids. Waterways are rated with Grades 1 – 6. A Grade 6 waterway is so dangerous that it’s almost impossible to safely navigate a raft. Death or serious injury are expected with a Grade 6 waterway. Are you extreme enough to ride the rapids?
Whitewater Rafting in the Wilderness
Whitewater Rafting the Rapids
Extreme Whitewater Kayaking in Chile
Although this video is not whitewater rafting, rather simply kayaking, we thought you’d enjoy it.
Whitewater Rafting – GoPro: Antarctica Expedition 2012
Whitewater Rafting with American Adventure Expeditions in Canon City & Buena Vista, Colorado
Whitewater Rafting in California – American River – White Water Otter